Dated: 16 Jul 2019
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Extinction Rebellion’s “Summer Uprising” against climate catastrophe began on Monday morning in typically brazen fashion.
Foreign secretary Jeremy Hunt has said that the collapse of a nuclear deal with Iran would “represent an existential threat to mankind”.
Cleaners and caterers at the Department for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy (Beis) began an all-out indefinite strike this week.
Nazi Tommy Robinson was jailed for nine months last week after being found guilty of contempt of court. He will serve around nine weeks before being released.
Hundreds of workers at Karro Foods in Maltonstruck unofficially for two days
Cleaners on the Hitachi/Great Western Railway contract staged a solid 48-hour strike
Hundreds of people marched to remember those who died in the Grenfell Tower fire last Sunday
Porters, domestics and security staff at Bradford Teaching Hospitals Trust struck for seven days
Groups of Amazon workers across the world struck on Monday in protest at pay and conditions.
Unison union members at Birmingham university struck on Tuesday
The NEU union plans to consult some of its members on whether to ballot for local boycotts of Sats tests
Unite calculates that some health visitors have lost more than £2,000 a year since they were transferred from the NHS
Government inaction on climate change is threatening the lives and homes of millions of people in Britain
The BBC Panorama documentary on Labour and antisemitism on Wednesday was a naked attack on solidarity with Palestinians and legitimate criticism of the Israeli state.
Incompetent and lying police were entirely responsible for the death of Anthony Grainger in 2012
Hundreds of climate rebels marched through east London on Friday—the same day as dozens of Extinction Rebellion activists appeared in court.
Extinction Rebellion’s “Summer Uprising” began on Monday morning in typically brazen fashion
Right wing Labour MPs launched a fresh assault on the left last week
Sarah Bates looks at a milestone in the struggle for decent homes and why we still need to fight for better homes 100 years on
Boris Johnson is set to be the next prime minister and Tory leader.
Thousands of people protested last weekend across the US in defiance of Donald Trump’s horrific treatment of migrants and refugees.
Some of Sudan’s local resistance committees are opposing a recent deal between the opposition and the military.
Over 17,000 Walmart supermarket workers walked out on Wednesday of last week to join a strike movement that has the potential to bring the Chilean ruling class to its knees.
Around 1,000 Black Vest activists and others occupied one of France’s most famous monuments on Friday—and were met by vicious police repression.
The third police spy who targeted those fighting for justice for Stephen Lawrence has been named.
Cops are routinely risking people’s lives—and the incidents caught on film are just the tip of the iceberg
Were moon landings a giant leap forward for humanity, or the culmination of a growing Cold War? Gabby Thorpe boldly goes in search of the legacy of the space race
Dark Mon£y is a poignant and compelling drama about sexual abuse, class and the corporate elite in the film industry, say?Dean Ryan and Kate Simon
Tate Modern’s retrospective of Olafur Eliasson’s work is a breath of artistic fresh air.
The main party of British capitalism is gripped by its most serious crisis in almost a century
LGBT+ education is under attack. That was the message from a BBC Panorama programme this week.
As Palestinians we see Jeremy Corbyn as our defender because we need someone brave, a prime minister that can say no to the US and to Israel.
‘Prepared? I am almost well accustomed to it’
The unite union has announced the launch of an investigation into possible collusion by union officers in blacklisting
A report—hidden for years, now uncovered—reveals the crimes during the creation of Israel in the words of those who committed them